Lymphedema pp 64-70 | Cite as

Chronic Lymphovenous Disease

  • Lawrence L. Tretbar


Although the surgical treatment of lymphedema warrants a thorough discussion, it requires a highly trained and experienced team to obtain successful results, and eligible patients are few.


Varicose Vein Venous Disease Venous Hypertension Photo Courtesy Nonpitting Edema 
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